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From the male perspective, why should we care

Posted by Leucosticte on Tuesday, July 07 2020 at 02:55:17AM
In reply to Downplaying sexual abuse? posted by sans on Tuesday, July 07 2020 at 02:06:33AM

about sexual abuse of females, unless it's some female who's related to us (e.g. wife, daughter, etc.)?

I guess one could say, if we leave a sexual abuser to run amok, he might someday prey on someone we care about. But what if he only sexually abuses his own daughter; why should we care, unless we live in a society where we're going to be required to pay for her counseling or whatever?

A lot of injustice and other problems in society are caused by people intervening when they should just mind their own business. A lot of people are getting killed or having their property destroyed because white people decided to take pity on blacks after what happened to George Floyd, and unleash criminality in the cities, under the premise that blacks should be allowed to destroy everything in retribution for how whites oppressed them.

And a lot of destruction is caused too when people hear a girl tell a story of stuff that happened in her family, and they say, "Oh, you were sexually abused" and break apart the family when she may not have even wanted it to be broken apart. Or, in Kylie Freeman's case, people enabled a girl who had been brainwashed by her mom's new boyfriend to have her dad put in prison for 50 years, and collect a bunch of restitution (she's asking for more than a million dollars) through her lawyer.

We could eliminate all that if we would stop worrying about what happens to girls from outside our own families; let that be handled within the family, as was the tradition before the 1980s when there was this revolution of people coming forward with their stories of child sex abuse, real and imagined. It's been very damaging to our society, and to the families involved, and I don't see that much good has come from it.

I don't see evidence that the attempts to stop child sexual abuse have really made a dent in the statistics, which still show 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused by age 18. The war on child sex abuse is just another failure, like the war on drugs.

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